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Cover Story

Kill or be killed

Kill or be killed

by Priya Abraham & Marvin Olasky

Cover Story | Malaria takes one child every 30 seconds and costs billions to combat; but unless the mosquitoes die . . . they will find a way in

In this issue: "Malaria: Kill or be killed," Oct. 29, 2005

Features

Bird-flu watching

Bird-flu watching

By Lynde Langdon

Medicine | Better to wash hands than wait for a vaccine with this potential pandemic

High crimes

High crimes

By Mindy Belz

Iraq | An Iraqi-led tribunal commences-then delays-the historic war crimes trial of Saddam Hussein

Mission impossible

Mission impossible

By Jamie Dean

Venezuela | Over indigenous protests, Hugo Chavez expels U.S. group

Heartland justice

Heartland justice

By Mark Bergin

Education | Federal court scolds juvenile officer for attack on Christian school

Sarcasmagorical, meet Jollyblogger

Sarcasmagorical, meet Jollyblogger

By Joe Carter

Culture | Web meets religion at GodBlogCon

Frozen generation

Frozen generation

By Lynde Langdon

Science | Half a million embryos wait in a cryogenic limbo whose parameters few doctors, theologians, or parents can define

Dispatches

The Buzz

The Buzz

The latest on this week's biggest stories

Quick Takes

Quick Takes

By The Editors

Homeward bound It's a long way from home, but six weeks after Hurricane Katrina swept through the Gulf Coast, one New Orleans woman was finally reunited with…

Quotables

By The Editors

"[People] are going to go to hell if they don't turn from wicked behavior." Eighties "material girl" turned protective mom and Jewish mystic Madonna in her…

Trench warfare

Trench warfare

By Marvin Olasky

As a professor, I've learned to be skeptical about theorists and to value practical experience

Notebook

What a relief?

What a relief?

By Timothy Lamer

Money | It's too early to know the final donation totals after the latest catastrophes, but a severe downward trend is apparent

Son of a legend

Son of a legend

By The Editors

Sports | Alabama QB Brodie Croyle is used to hardship, having spent time at a second-chance home for troubled and abused boys

Culture

Elizabethtown

Elizabethtown

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | Like several other recent films, this Cameron Crowe film deals with the cultural divide separating urban and rural, East and West, the coast and the heartland…

Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story

Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story

By Andrew Coffin

Movies | DreamWorks offers a well-crafted piece of family entertainment

The Colbert Report

The Colbert Report

By Gene Edward Veith

Television | Colbert carries water for liberals -- and dumps it on conservatives

Columnists

Mailbag

By The Editors

Letters, feedback, etc.

Singer's soaped slope

Singer's soaped slope

By Marvin Olasky

A theoretically virulent look at the sanctity of life

The power of now

The power of now

By Andrée Seu

Call forth what's yours with no double-mindedness

Peek into Narnia

Peek into Narnia

By Gene Edward Veith

WORLD gets a glimpse at a juggernaut movie

Locked from the inside

By Joel Belz

Get ready, America, for a tidal wave of church closings

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